207 Canyon Blvd.
Stahly Mehrtens LLC
Fellow Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, 2017-present
Colorado Judicial Institute, 2013-present
Colorado Bar Association, Family Law Section, 2003-present
Colorado Bar Association Legal Fee Arbitration Committee, 2008-2011
Colorado Bar Association, 2003-present
Boulder County Bar Association, 2003-present
Boulder Interdisciplinary Committee (IDC) , 2006, 2008-present
Boulder County Safe Services Committee, 2017-present
Past Chair, Colorado Bar Association, Family Law Section, 2016-2017
Chair, Colorado Bar Association, Family Law Section, 2015-2016
Elected to Executive Council, Colorado Bar Association, Family Law Section, 2011-present
Todd Stahly utilizes a diverse legal background to assist clients in family law. He has practiced in all areas of family law. He has litigated interstate child custody cases in Colorado and in New Mexico (with special permission from the State of New Mexico). He has also litigated a number of complex, high asset cases resulting in positive outcomes for his clients.
Todd has been recognized for his legal contributions in Pro Se Clinics and the Women’s Crisis Center. In 2013 and 2014, Todd was honored as a Colorado Super Lawyer Rising Star (only 2.5% of Attorneys in Colorado are selected as Rising Stars).
California Western School of Law, San Diego, California
Juris Doctorate – 2003
Michigan Technological University, Houghton, Michigan
S. – 1996
Major: Business Administration with a Concentration in Accounting
Attorney Todd Stahly’s practice focuses primarily on complex divorce cases. He has successfully helped clients resolve cases involving division and valuation of closely held business interests, family trusts, family limited partnerships, start-up businesses, oil, gas and mineral interests and unique asset and debt structures. Mr. Stahly is not fearful of the courtroom, but rather, capitalizes on creative settlement opportunities — which is always the first approach before engaging in trial. Using this approach helps him keep control of the outcome in the client’s hand. However, if all settlement approaches fail, he will have taken the steps necessary to ensure the client’s interests and rights are preserved to advance the case through trial to full resolution.
Mr. Stahly has handled numerous complicated cases involving custody, interstate custody, parenting time, decision-making, parental alienation and addressing both founded and unfounded allegations of child abuse and neglect. He relies on a unique approach to these cases that is child-based and focused, allowing solutions to be reached, inside and outside the courtroom, that account for the best interests of the child.